CHINA China further prevents minors' addiction to online games


China further prevents minors' addiction to online games


14:59, November 05, 2019

BEIJING, Nov. 5 (Xinhua) - China's National Press and Publication Administration has issued a notice on preventing minors from becoming addicted to online games.


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The document emphasizes the shared responsibilities of online game providers, government agencies and social forces in jointly managing and governing the issue, according to the administration.

The document asks all online game users to register with their identification information and strictly limits the window and total length of time for minors to access online games on a daily basis.

It also bans paid online game services for users under the age of eight and puts a limit on the amount of money minors aged above eight can pay for online game services on a daily and monthly basis.

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